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By David Sharp, Associated Press
In 2022, we can all take more responsibility for how our actions exacerbate environmental problems.
By Viniece Jennings, The Conversation
At the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, world leaders are trying to reach new agreements and commitments toward reducing emissions and slowing the impacts of a warming planet. William Brangham reports from Glasgow on the key issue of…
By William Brangham, Sam Lane
As the Biden administration moves to expand offshore wind power along the east coast in order to tackle what many scientists call a climate crisis, some are suggesting even more revolutionary solutions. Elizabeth Kolbert's “Under a White Sky: The Nature…
By William Brangham, Maea Lenei Buhre
President Donald Trump wants to dramatically expand aquaculture production in the United States, but a coalition of environmentalists believes his plan would be bad for the oceans, unnecessary for food security and difficult to implement.
By Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
By Michael Casey, Tammy Webber, Associated Press
Black, brown and poor communities suffer disproportionately from ongoing contamination. Deforestation, habitat loss and overfishing have wreaked havoc on global biodiversity. And the existential threat of climate change looms larger than anything that came before.
By Associated Press
The 16-year-old activist is hitching a ride on the high-tech yacht to attend the U.N. climate summits next month in New York.
By Miles O'Brien
As Cuba tries to open up its economy and lure western investment through tourism, environmentalists are working to prove that protection of the environment can also be a profitable pursuit. By developing the island's ecotourism, scientists hope to stimulate the…
By PBS NewsHour
Though now one of the most politically divisive issues in the country, the environmental movement once enjoyed strong support from both Democrats and Republicans. In his new book “Getting to Green,” author Fred Rich asserts that a return to those…
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